The best areas to stay in Krakow

Cheap and economic accommodation to stay in Krakow

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Beyond being the second largest city in Poland, Krakow is a city to fall in love with, to enjoy its history and culture; to live it both day and night.

Qualified as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe and bathed by the waters of the Vistula River, it is a very pleasant place to know walking, although they have an excellent public communications service.

Su Old, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, is one of the best places to understand the history of the country, but also the recent history of Europe.

Romantic and modern At the same time, I guarantee that your visit will not leave you indifferent.

One of the biggest and advantages offered by Krakow as far as accommodations it refers is that it has as much variety as tastes and economies they visit her.

Hotels, hostels or apartments of different sizes and prices, which are spread throughout the Polish capital.

In order to make the most of your stay, we offer you a small guide with the best areas to stay in Krakow: the most tourist, the safest, from which it is easy reach any point in the city, walk on foot or eat and shop without problems, near your hotel.

Stare Miasto, the historical center of the city

If you are one of those who like to be able sleep in the heart of the city visiting, the Stare Miastro area is, without a doubt, the one that will best suit your needs.

The particularity of this neighborhood is that it is located inside the Planty, a huge walled park within which the Old Town of the city is located, which, as I have already mentioned above, is part of the World Heritage Site.

So in addition to being able to walk through its green areas, without having to leave the city center (it's like a small Central Park), you also find some of the best areas of restaurants and shops de la ciudad.

Without at doubt it is one of the most lively and busy areas, both day and night, of the city, especially on sunny days, when the terraces are full of people and good atmosphere.

Kazimierz, the Jewish quarter

Staying in this neighborhood is doing it in a place marked by the recent history of Europe. He was one of those who suffered the most during World War II (in fact, it was practically destroyed and became a ghetto).

Although today it has some of the most important monuments of the city and has become one of the fashion areas of Krakow, especially as far as nightlife and restaurant areas are concerned, it is still curious that it began to be rebuilt after the filming of the famous film, The Schindler's list.

It is also the area preferred by students and where more and more art galleries are concentrated, thus mixing history and modern culture at the same time. A nice neighborhood that always surprises.

Kleparz, economical and close to the center

Without the need to sleep in full heart of the city, But a few minutes from itKleparz. In fact, it is important to note that for centuries, this area of ​​Krakow did not belong to the city, although it has been doing so since 1792 and, in fact, it is an administrative part of the Stare Miasto area.

If what you want is get to know real and daily life of the inhabitants of Krakow, this neighborhood will allow it, as it is famous for its fruit and vegetable markets, where you live the day-to-day life of this beautiful city. All this, together with the large number of small shops or historical monuments of the most recent history.

Something that is also seen reflected in the architecture of its buildings, most of them belonging to the modernist era that the city lived.

Dębniki, residential and quiet

Like Kleparz, Debniki was, for years, an independent city of Krakow and it would not be until 1909 when it annexed. It is true that It is not one of the neighborhoods that appears frequently in tourist guides and yet it is ideal to stay in it, since it has a large number of hotels and other types of accommodations, with the comfort of being a quiet and residential neighborhood, a few meters from the famous Wawel Castle.

In addition, it is located a few meters from the center, so it is the ideal place if you run from the hustle and bustle of the central areas of the city, but you also don't want to be very far from them.

It is true that it is not an area where you will find trendy restaurants or bars, but you do have food stores and nice squares or streets to walk, especially if we talk about ul. Konopnickiej.

A residential neighborhood, to which more and more Krakow people move to live, located in the same area as the artificial beach of Krakow (Yes, you read correctly) and the ICE Congress Center of the city.

Krowodrza, remote but cheap

As I have already mentioned above, Krakow is a city that can be easily explored on foot and also has an excellent public transport network, which allows you to move around it even more comfortably. Therefore, stay in Krowodrza it won't be any inconvenience and yes it has numerous advantages.

On the one hand, because it is a neighborhood that, despite not being in the center, is Very well communicated.

In addition, it is a very wide neighborhood, where you will find different environments: from the financial, through the bedroom neighborhood area, a very large green area and a historic area. And it is that this neighborhood, which was once an independent city, was divided into 5 zones; something that is still reflected today in the points that I just commented.

And of course, you find all kinds of shops, bars and restaurants, in addition to a wide range of places to stay. Can you ask for more?

The 9 best hotels to stay in Krakow

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Accommodation in Krakow

Krakow is one of the most popular cities in Poland. Its historic center has been declared a World Heritage Site and its streets still breathe the historical and cultural importance that it has had throughout the years. What to expect to reserve your hotel in central Krakow? We help you choose between the best accommodations and get the best price and the maximum guarantee.

In our catalog you have hundreds of accommodations among which you can discover the four star hotels in Krakow that interest you the most, at the best market price. Our specialized search engine will help you find the cheapest four-star hotel promotions. A four-star hotel offers a high level of quality in its services, since standards with a high level of demand apply. The accommodations in this category are usually located in the downtown area, or in places with good communication to facilitate the client's planned tourist visits.

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Centrally located hotels in Krakow

Rest will not be a problem on your trip, as there is a wide variety of apartments and hotels in Krakow where to book your rooms. The best thing to do when visiting a city is to stay in hotels near the center, so that getting to the main points of interest is easy. The Atrium Hotel, Andel's Vienna House Cracow and Hotel Pod Wawelem are centrally located. Another option is to stay in hotels where luxuries and comforts are assured, such as those of the Accorhotels chain, the Grand Hotel Krakow and the 5-star Radisson Blu Hotel.

Krakow Business Hotels

If you don't want to leave your pet at home on your trip to Poland You can book at the Holiday Inn Krakow City Center hotel, where pets are allowed. And if you are on a business trip, there are hotels in Krakow equipped for this, such as the Stary Hotel, the Daisy Hotel and Novotel Kraków City West. If you are looking for cheap hotels take a look at the hotel Ibis Krakow Stare Miasto or The Secret Garden Hostel, and if what you want are apartments, you have to choose between the Kazimierz's Secret Apartments, the Crystal Suites Old Town or the Wawel Luxury Apartments. Book your hotel in Krakow at the best price now!

Krakow Cheap Hotels

Are you looking for a cheap accommodation option to spend your nights? Then we recommend you take a look at Columbus Hotel. This is a hotel in the center of Krakow highly desired for its good value for money and its proximity to the Wawel Castle and other points of interest in the city. The Wilwa hotel is also a good option, a few minutes walk from the Church of San Miguel and the Bednarski Park. And finally Pergamin Apartments, a cheap accommodation in which you will also feel at home thanks to its facilities.

Krakow Luxury Hotels

Would you rather not skimp on luxuries during your stay in the Polish city? Maybe yours is Queen Boutique with spa facilities and spa services and body treatments. And don't forget the Radisson Blu Krakow, a hotel in the center of Krakow that is surrounded by the beautiful landscapes of the Planty Park. Do not let them to tell you! Book now your stay in one of the hotels in the center of Krakow and get ready to visit one of the most beautiful corners of Poland. You will love walking around the Marketplace, visit the Basilica of Santa María and taste its most typical dishes.

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